Johannes Flum could be an option to replace Julian Schuster in central midfield.
Anton Putsila and Daniel Caligiuri compete for the spot on the left wing.
With no new injury concerns, manager Streich has several options on the bench.
After being promoted to the Bundesliga this summer, Frankfurt have won 13 points from five matches so far and are second in the table, only behind Bayern. The team has a very good balance and the players have adapted to the stronger league quickly. It remains to be seen if they can continue their form for another few weeks, but they make very few mistakes and have been extremely focused so far.
Freiburg have had a mixed start to another season in which they will most likely end up in the relegation battle again. They have played some very close games, but lacked the ability to decide a match in their favour in the crucial moments.
Expect Frankfurt to try to control the game at home. They are heavy favourites in their current form, but Freiburg are never to be underestimated and will make it difficult for them.
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